Netflix’s She-Ra reboot will be LGBT-inclusive


She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, a reboot based on the hugely-popular 1980s spinoff character from the Masters of the Universe franchise, is going to have at least two characters who are queer. Creator Noelle Stevenson and voice cast members Aimee Carrero, Karen Fukuhara and Marcus Scribner revealed the news during the show’s panel at New York Comic Con on 4 October. Being asked about their favorite new characters, they replied that these were Now’s dads. And if one characters has two dads, then… Well, maybe we are making conclusions too fast, but we think we caught the hint. According to Screen Rant, the way the other panelists reacted suggested that that particular plot point was not supposed to be revealed. Carrero – who plays Adora AKA She-Ra – shared:“This is difficult because it’s a bit of a spoiler, but at the same time I feel like She-Ra really doesn’t shy away from reflecting what’s actually going on in the world around us,” Scribner – who brings Bow to life – began. It’s not some topical thing that really needs to be discussed, it just is. Bow has two dads. I feel like it just reflects a lot of modern families and things that are going on in the world around us”.


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